Was This Spanish Soldier Teleported to Mexico?

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A folk legend from October 1593 tells the tale of a soldier from the Spanish Empire who was inexplicably transported from Manila in the Philippines to the Plaza Mayor (now the Zócalo) in Mexico City. Could this 16th-century tale of teleportation be true?

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  1. Him getting dizzy before the incident gave me Missing 411 vibes…

    Anybody else remember that fire fighter from a few years ago who went missing on a ski trip on the East Coast and turned up dazed and confused on the West Coast?

  2. Yeah what God, who’s God? Many people are not god and they teleport. There is proof.

  3. it was a legend here in the philippines… old people said that it was a true story…

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